Giggs waits for contract talks

However, given the Scot’s assessment of Giggs’ performance against
Liverpool at Old Trafford, it seems certain the winger will be
granted another 12 months. “Ryan is an incredible human being,”
said Ferguson. “He defies the logic of forwards when he plays at
the level he did last Sunday. “Obviously we know how to manage him.
He doesn’t play every week but he makes a contribution that lifts
the team. He did that in the second half last week. He was
outstanding. “His fitness was fantastic. He kept going for the
whole 90 minutes. He has been doing that for two decades. “No other
player has ever done that – or is ever likely to. He is quite an
amazing man.” That will be welcome news for the 37-year-old, who,
having ruled out an international comeback, is keen to extend his
club career for as long as possible. “I am feeling good and as long
as I am feeling good and still enjoying it, I will carry on
playing,” he told the Manchester Evening News. “As long as the club
wants me as well, I will.”